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In the papers today - 10 July 2006

The government is considering taking over ownership of British Energy's nuclear sites to make it easier for companies such as Eon, EDF and RWE to build new reactors. The government, which owns two thirds of BE, is expected to pre-approve sites such as Sizewell in Suffolk, Dungeness in Kent and Hinckley Point in Somerset. This would reduce delays to construction of the plant - Financial Times

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